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Tuesday, December 14, 2004


Banning foreign works has now become "a very important part of our overall national security." What?????!!


Article spotted first on Newpages.com


Joseph Young said...

So, what's really at work here? I mean, other than W's seemingly endless need to consolidate power (much like his buddy Putin, eh?), where's the strategy in this? Might these authors be critical of this country as well as their own?

katrina said...

Good question, Joe. It completely baffles me. What could Americans gain from these foreign works? Among other things, perhaps a more truthful perspective of these "enemies" than what the government would like to feed us. It's highly suspect.

Joseph Young said...

Oh, that makes sense, Katrina. Keep the message close.

Katie said...

Very suspect. And sad.

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